I was surprised when I looked at the power rating of the engine used on a Humvee. It's only ~190 horsepower, which is exceeded by many sedan engines.
So an obvious question is why doesn't my Camry SE burn more gas than a Humvee and I think it's just because during regular use, it doesn't use anywhere near 250 HP.
Does anyone know about how much mechanical power a typical sedan engine puts out during highway driving?
Also, can someone speculate what the torque vs RPM graphs of a sedan engine and a Humvee engine look like and what the typical operating points are?